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AI Clearing appoints Anne Philipona-Hintzy as head of France

by Sion Geschwindt
Construction progress tracking specialist, AI Clearing, has appointed Anne Philipona-Hintzy as Head of France.

AI-powered construction monitoring company AI Clearing has appointed Anne Philipona-Hintzy as head of France.

Anne will lead business and operations out of Paris, solidifying the company’s presence in the country.

Graduate of INSEAD Executive MBA, she has more than 20 years of professional experience, notably in the professional services industry where she was a partner at Deloitte.

Anne has a successful track record in solving complex situations, supporting organisations with strategic challenges and in the operational implementation of transformation projects.

At Deloitte, as a leader of the ‘Emerging Growth companies’ division, she supported innovation and the growth of promising start-ups.

Anne is passionate about diversity and believes strongly that the power of a team comes from a diversity of skills, experiences, and backgrounds.

Commenting on the appointment, she said: “I am supporting AI Clearing’s vision with enthusiasm. To build and deliver large projects, the construction and energy sectors are facing major constraints in terms of quality, efficiency, and environmental footprint.

“With its already proven value for leading companies in the US, Canada and Europe, AI Clearing’s Technology offers strategic and meaningful data for various stakeholders and roles.” 

AI Clearing’s CEO and co-founder, Michael Mazur, added: “We are absolutely thrilled someone with the experience and stature of Anne is joining us to further develop our business in France.

“We have some great French clients and with some of the largest construction and energy companies globally all based in one market, we believe strongly that France will continue to be an important part of the growth of our company”.

Image: Anne Philipona-Hintzy

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